Re: [tdf-discuss] Re: Staroffice format support
Well, lets put this way...
Every aging file, non-ISO standard file format, should consider a
If you still can open yor aging files, then provide some time to upgrade
to a newer file format.
And you are lucky, LibreOffice has an assistant that will help you to
convert StarOffice files in batch mode, per folder.
Go to Files - Wizzards - Document Converter and choose StarOffice
formats. Follow instrunctions and take a coffee break because it may
take some time to process the folders.
Hint: choose a different folder to receive your converted files.
Otherwise you will end up duplicating files in the same folder.
Em 02-09-2011 07:51, Johann escreveu:
Usually first info given will be the OS, sorry forgot. Win7 X64 Ultimate. I
suppose that will work in OOO3.4 as well then, but then again the last 2
days on Libre has made me a convert.
Another question: Will legacy support stay for the next version(s)3.5+ or
should we take a hard look at totally replacing Staroffice components in our
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